Snoopy: Boogie Down!: A PEANUTS Collection

Snoopy: Boogie Down!: A PEANUTS Collection

by Charles M. Schulz

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Overview

Good grief! The Peanuts gang is back in this new collection of comic strips!
 

Is your baseball team getting beat sixty-eight to nothing? Are you caught in the rain without an umbrella? Have you finally worked up the courage to call your crush only to get the wrong number? Don't worry! The Peanuts gang has the cure for your worries. Join Linus as he awaits the Great Pumpkin, Peppermint Patty as she faces off against an entire hockey team, and Snoopy as he attempts to eat the largest sandwich he's ever seen. Sally befriends the new girl at school, Eudora, only to find a rival for the affection of her Sweet Babboo. And Charlie Brown searches for a home for Snoopy's mysterious brother, Spike. So put on your top hat, fancy tie and dancing shoes, and join Snoopy and the rest of the gang in this boogielicious new collection of classic Peanuts comics. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781449493547
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date: 10/16/2018
Series: Peanuts Kids Series , #11
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 295,392
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 7 - 12 Years

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Snoopy: Boogie Down! (PEANUTS AMP Series Book 11): A PEANUTS Collection 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
The Snow Queen More than 1 year ago
This 11th collection of Snoopy's comics has its hits and misses. The previous installment is much better because there are a lot of funny comic panels, and it's kinda sad that this volume is not that good. I was even looking forward to reading this because I thought that this would be just as good like I'm Not Your Sweet Babboo. Nevertheless, I'm still happy that I was able to read this volume, and that I will still try to find and read the previously published ones in this comic book series.
Horsebranchjess More than 1 year ago
Snoopy: Boogie Down! is Peanuts at its finest. Classic and funny, the comics can be read by adults and children alike over and over again for light-hearted fun. Tackling holidays, seasons, and childhood, the comics run the gauntlet from Lucy and Schroader to Snoopy taunting the cat to Linus's continued search for the Great Pumpkin. With all your favorite story lines and your favorite characters, the reader will enjoy countless entertainment between the pages of the volume. Guaranteed to take the reader back to simpler times, the comic strips will be re-read for the fun and smiles they bring. This book series is proof that Charles M. Schulz works will always be timeless and enjoyed by the masses. My voluntary, unbiased review is based upon a review copy from Netgalley.
SchizanthusNerd More than 1 year ago
It’s Charlie Brown and the gang so naturally I devoured this book as soon as it downloaded on my iPad. I’ve now finished my reread and all I can think is that I need to save up for the inevitable. One of these days I’m going to own the entire collection of Peanuts so I will always have smiles at my fingertips. I was surprised by the amount of comics in this collection that I’d never read before. There will be kids who are discovering Peanuts who’ll no doubt ask their parents what some of the now dated references mean but they are few and far between. I loved that this collection was in colour so even the comics I already knew and loved felt fresh. Snoopy continues his battle of wits with the creative bully cat next door and we wait with Linus and Marci for the Great Pumpkin. Peppermint Patty asks for Marci’s help to stay awake in class and Sally talks to the school building and seeks protection against the powers of darkness, i.e., the third grader whose ruler she broke. Charlie Brown checks his calendar to see if there’s anything coming up that he needs to dread, Schroeder plays piano and is annoyed by Lucy, Lucy dispenses 5 cents worth of wisdom, Snoopy’s brother Spike visits, Woodstock saves the day, and Pig-Pen even makes an appearance. My favourite comics included delightfully dour Eudora, who Sally first meets at camp. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McMeel Publishing for the opportunity to giggle my way through this collection of comics. I’m already looking forward to the next collection.